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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OP VOLUMES I—VI                            697
X.    ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM—continued.
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On a Galvanometer with Twenty Wires.  Art. 116.   1884         .    Vol. II  357
On Clark's Standard Cells.  Art. 117.   1884     ....         ,,359 On the Constant of Magnetic Rotation of Light in Bisulphide
of Carbon.  Art. 118.  1885......         „      360
The Helix..........           ,,367
Correction for Finite Length .......           „        308
Appendix: Notes on Polarirnetry in general      ....           „        378
Postscript.  [Work of H. Becquerel].....          „        383
Uber die Methode der Dampfung bei  der Bestimmung des
Ohms.  Art. 120.   1885.......         ,,415
Self-induction in Relation to Certain Experiments of Mr Wil-loughby Smith and to the Determination of the Ohm.
Art. 123., 1885........         ,,422
A Theorem relating to the Time-Moduli of Dissipative Systems.
Art. 125.   1885........         ,,428
On the Thermodynamic Efficiency of the Thermopile. Art. 129.
1885..........•    .         „      438
On Professor Himstedt's Determination of the Ohm.   Art. 131.
1886...........3J     448
On the Clark Cell as a Standard of Electromotive Force.  Art.
132.  1886.........,,451
Testing Dynamos.  Art. 133.  1886......,,474
The Reaction upon the Driving-Point of a System executing Forced Harmonic Oscillations of Various Periods, with Applications to Electricity. Art. 134. 1886 ...         „ 475
On the Self-Induction and Resistance of Straight Conductors.
Art. 135.  1886........„     486
Notes on Electricity and Magnetism.  I.   On the Energy of
Magnetized Iron.  Art. 139.   1886.....„     543
Notes on Electricity and Magnetism.   II.   The Self-induction
and Resistance of Compound Conductors.   Art. 140.   1886         „      551
The Interrupters          .........           „        553
The Induction-Compensators          ......           „        555
Appendix.—The Induction-Compensators [p. 557]      ...           „        577
Notes on Electricity and Magnetism. III. On the Behaviour of Iron and Steel under the Operation of Feeble Magnetic Forces. Art. 141. 1887.......„ 579
Is the Velocity of Light in an Electrolytic Liquid influenced by an Electric Current in the Direction of Propagation-? Arfc. 151. 1888 . . . . .'              . . Vol. Ill 213
The Clark Standard Cell.  Art. 165.   1890        ....         „      333
On  Huygens's  Gearing in Illustration of the Induction of
Electric Currents.  Art. 171.  1890   ....'.         ,,376
On the Sensitiveness of the Bridge Method in its Application      s
to Periodic Electric Currents.  Art. 180. ,1891 ...         „      452t's revised Calculation]     ....           „        329